This simple look puts the sweetheart back in glam

If you’re tired of all the steps involved in complicated makeup routines, you’ll find this tutorial both refreshing and inspiring. Sometimes you just want to cover up a few imperfections and emphasize your eyes and lips. This tutorial provides tips to do just that.
Whether you're running around town or meeting friends for a casual get-together, this sweetheart glam look will have you looking awesome without a lengthy routine. Base makeup, bronzer and blush are all you need for your face. Skip the eye shadow, but draw a simple black wing, and coat your lashes with mascara. Finish the look with a pretty pink lipstick, and you will be out the door looking fresh and fabulous.
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Materials
- CC cream (It Cosmetics CC+ Cream with SPF 50+)
- Foundation brush
- Dark-colored concealer (Tarte Double Duty Shape Tape)
- Pale pink blush (ColourPop Super Shock, "Prenup")
- Cheek brush
- Black liquid eyeliner (Stila Stay All Day Waterproof)
- Black mascara (L’Oréal Voluminous Lash Paradise)
- Matte pink lipstick (L’Oréal Colour Riche, "977")
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Instructions
1. Apply CC cream to your skin with a foundation brush using downward strokes.
2. Apply dark-colored concealer below your cheekbones and on the upper corners of your forehead with the applicator wand. Gently buff the product into your skin with the foundation brush.
3. Pat pale pink blush onto your cheeks with a cheek brush.
4. Press the felt tip of the liquid eyeliner near the outer corner of your eye. Angle it diagonally, so it points upward toward the tail of the brow. Create a second diagonal line above it to form a small triangle. Fill in the triangle, and line the upper lash line as well.
5. Apply one or two coats of mascara to your upper and lower lashes.
6. Apply matte pink lipstick to your lips.
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